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EON Platform Overview
EON Overview

Historically, setting up access and control of remotely located devices and sensors has been an expensive and time-consuming process. This has been the case for several reasons. Most importantly, accomplishing this functionality almost always requires software drivers to be installed on local, in-the-field servers. Following installation, a person or team of people are then needed to complete several tasks, including:

  • Developing desired application functionality using SDKs for each device or sensor individually
  • Establishing communication channels for information backhaul over a remote connection
  • Writing local-user interfaces for in-the-field interaction with remote devices
  • Setting up database management systems for historical data retention

To successfully complete each of these tasks, programmers or systems integrators are usually required. This complicated and expensive work flow has meant that access and control of remotely located devices and sensors has typically been limited to government and industrial-grade applications even though there is strong end-user demand in commercial and consumer settings for this functionality.

Eginity has developed a technology solution that eliminates the need for complex programming and systems integration tasks typically needed to establish remote access and control of devices and sensors. This solution is known as the EON Platform and consists of the embedded EON Gateway and backend EON servers. When the EON Gateway is first powered on, it automatically establishes an encrypted connection to the EON servers – this process creates the EON Platform. Once established, the EON Platform makes all sensor data and control signals easily accessible. Complex SDKs, communications protocols, on-site servers and programming skill sets are no longer required.

Using standard web-page programming techniques, adopters of EON Platform technology can easily update and transfer portions of, or entire new device level user interfaces to remotely located devices and sensors enabled with the EON Gateway. This eliminates the need for SDKs and on-site visits.

EON Platform technology is designed to recognize interruptions in communication and information backhaul at the EON Gateway and EON server level. In these instances, the EON server immediately notifies the end-user or system owner that connectivity has been interrupted so they can initiate service orders to bring the device or sensor back on-line. Until connectivity is restored, the EON Gateway caches data streams locally, and then synchronizes collected data with the EON servers once back on-line.

In summary, the EON Platform eliminates the following time intensive and expensive steps that would normally be required for development and deployment of remotely accessible and controllable sensors or devices.

  • Communication Protocol SDKs
  • Sensor or Device Control SDKs
  • Data Storage Implementation
  • Remote Device User Interface SDKs
  • On-site Servers
  • Web Servers
  • On-site Programming / Systems Integration
Technical Information
  • Ethernet
  • USB Master & Slave
  • 802.15 Radio
  • SPI
  • RS-232
  • Serial Printer
  • Postscript Printer
  • Temp Sensor
  • Pressure Sensor
  • Accelerometer
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Photo Detector
  • Variable LED Driver
  • Wireless Keypad & Display
  • Wireless GPIO
  • Key Inputs
  • LED Indicator
  • Humidity Sensor
  • LCD Drivers
  • Fingerprint Sensor
  • Relay Driver
  • Wireless Power Switch
  • Opacity Sensor
  • GSM
  • GPS
  • Bluetooth
  • Magnetic Ink
  • Mag Stripe
  • Z Wave
  • InstiOn
  • Touch Screen
  • Solar Panel Monitor
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